Climb down into the cellar of Unnameable Books
for another summer Wednesday reading
to hear the poems of your friends or strangers
Wednesday August 13 / 7pm / free
JACK LYNCH received his BFA from the New School and he holds an MFA from Hunter College. His poetry has appeared in Ology, POZ Magazine, various on-line literary journals, as well as the forthcoming issue of The Paterson Literary Review. Jack’s short story “Cocktails With Jennifer” can be found in the anthology Diva Complex, which will be published by University of Wisconsin Press in 2009. He lives in New York City.
LAURA NEWBERN's poems have appeared in The Atlantic Monthly, Poetry, TriQuarterly, and elsewhere, and are anthologized in Urban Nature and Best New Poets 2007. Her manuscript Love and the Eye has been a finalist for several first-book awards. She teaches at Georgia College and is the Poetry Editor of Arts & Letters.
MILLER OBERMAN was the 2005 recipient of Poetry Magazine's Ruth Lilly Fellowship and has recently had poems in Bloom Magazine, the minnesota review, and Lilith.
Readings are held down one flight of stairs in the basement of Unnameable Books, at 456 Bergen Street (between Flatbush Ave. & 5th Ave.) in Brooklyn, NY, one half block from the 2/3 at Bergen, or a short walk from 4/5/B/D/N/Q/R at Atlantic/Pacific.